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Craignure Golf Club

Tel: N/A    Address: Scallastle, Craignure, Isle of Mull, PA65 6BB

Key Features

Type: Links    Length: 5048    Par: 66    Telephone: N/A

Course Description

The course is a newly laid out nine hole nine tee setup.
There are some challenging risk and reward holes, especially the seventh and the ninth. The seventh is a straight par 4 crossed by the Scallastle River so an over ambitious drive is likely to end up wet. Discretion is definitely advised.
The ninth is a par 4 crossed by the same river which will collect any unwary tee shots.Accuracy off the tee is rewarded, especially if the wind is blowing, so it is advisable to carry extra balls. The rough can be penal and, at times, nesting terns can make navigating the second fairway exhilarating!
However, the course is one of the most scenic you are ever likely to play and with the sun on your back there are not many better places to be.
Craignure golf club welcomes visitors and has impressive views over the Sound of Mull otters and sea eagles are regularly seen from the course

Green Fees

Weekday: Round Ticket - £
Weekday: Day Ticket - £
Weekend: Round Ticket - £
Weekday: Day Ticket - £
Green Fee Key - £1-£15=£   £16-£30 = ££   £31-£50 = £££   £50+ =££££

Directions to Craignure Golf Club

One mile from main Oban/Mull Ferry Terminal at Craignure. Three miles from Lochaline/Fishnish Ferry via A849 Tobermory Road.

Ways to contact the golf club directly

Tel: N/A

Golf Club Facilities

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